From 3D Scanner to 3D Printer on Windows 8.1 Updated on July 18, 2014 By Windows Guy 25 Comments Full story: bit.ly/1fEZwGT In this video Gavin Gear gives a demonstration of 3D scanning and 3D printing on Windows 8.1 using the new MakerBot Digitiz… Video Rating: 4 / 5 By Windows Guy 25 Comments Pallabi Sree Puja Sarker July 18, 2014 i cant dowload windows 8.1, if i try it will restart and say that it failed ForceablePlace July 18, 2014 So… He duplicated a object? Not many notice how crazy technology is getting, and Windows 8.1 makes using it so much easier! FalconX2045 July 18, 2014 As soon as this combo (Scanner + printer) is below 1000€, I’ll be getting a pair! Y10Q July 18, 2014 I don’t see why these 3d printers are so expensive. A $1000 for a few motors. Hardware on those printers can’t be more than $150 all together. I see a future where people will just send things through these printers instead of Postal Service or UPS. Basil Arackal July 18, 2014 #nifty 3D printing support on Windows 8.1 Dev Purohit July 18, 2014 5th comment :D Sergio Ledesma July 18, 2014 the printer 3d are the dream yet. Kufre Udobong July 18, 2014 Nice advert. Can i get a 3D version of a Lambo Sesto Elemento and will it drive like a real one? Kwang-soo Park July 18, 2014 cool!! gabrielinc July 18, 2014 The most fascinating technical innovation in this time in my opinion. Can’t wait until it’s possible to print some simple cpu’s and such stuff. jerry stickman July 18, 2014 why windows have a youtube channel when they hate google? K July 18, 2014 I guess the scanning should be done overnight :) Raul Kolk July 18, 2014 It wont take long until phones will be capable of doing the scanning and the printers will be much cost friendly… My only hope is that Microsoft will soon stop playing catch-up with competitors and actually begin to innovate in these directions. Also, relying on the monoply of Windows is something Microsoft has done in vain. Operating systems wont be items to be sold for long and free OS’ such as Ubuntu or Android are gaining more and more users each day, as they’re capable of providing the users with equal (or in many cases, better) experience. I didn’t mean this comment to be a rant, but oh well – long live Microsoft. ░fuck this shit▓ July 18, 2014 it’s awesome how people can make a gun with those thing ADRIAN Achourpour July 18, 2014 +Windows i’m getting a Acer chormebook c7 and i’m wondering.does it run windows 8.1? IZY2091 July 18, 2014 When this is more commercialized it will be so useful to be able to take a broken toy put some glue to hold it in place and scan it then print, paint and re-assemble. TiNcHoX7Gamer July 19, 2014 hi Santos Abac Cox July 19, 2014 5D Pringtin Support? Haha! :D Shannon smith July 19, 2014 awesome Slick Digger July 19, 2014 That is incredible, it is amazing how people are smart enough to do these things. I know I can’t… MicrosoftEurope July 19, 2014 Impressive! Zoren AndLukeCrafted July 19, 2014 Amazing S.Harith Omar July 19, 2014 Awesome! Carlos López July 19, 2014 :) catchshoaib July 19, 2014 This sort of printing take about 1hr. .. the show that at 1000 times speed. .. Comments are closed.